T in the Park 2003 News
Super Furry Animals, Flint, Ashley Hamilton, Tricky, Mint Royale, The Raveonettes, The Saw Doctors, Turbonegro, The Mars Volta, The Stands and Danko Jones have all been added to the line-up!
Cardigans, Death in Vegas, The Thrills, The Bandits and more have joined the line-up for T in the Park 2003 which takes place in Balado, Scotland on July 12 and 13...
Both Skin (from Skunk Anansie) and The White Stripes will play the Main Stage on Saturday 12th July. T in the Park also announces the new 'X' Stage with acts including Athlete, Kinesis, Har Mar Superstar and OK GO...
Glamorous pop sisters Appleton have confirmed their first UK festival appearance, performing at this year's T in the Park Festival in Scotland, in King Tut's Tent on Sunday 13th July!
The legendary Scottish duo have been booked for this year's T in the Park Festival in Balado, Perthshire, following requests from avid fans on the T in the Park website message board!
A record number of fans have snapped up tickets earlier and faster than ever before for the tenth T in the Park, which takes place in Balado on July 12th and 13th with REM and Coldplay headlining.
Back for its 7th year at Balado, alongside its heavyweight superstar rock line-up, T in the Park once again plays host to some of the finest cutting edge dance acts, in 2003's Slam Tent.
T in the Park continues it's Tenth Year celebrations with the announcement of Idlewild and the Flaming Lips plus many more acts. We can also reveal the stage break-down now...
A big chunk of the line-up was annonuced at last night's launch party in Glasgow. The Charlatans, The Datsuns, The Streets, The Coral and Supergrass are just a few of the acts joining previously announced REM and Coldplay on the bill.
Tickets for T in the Park 2003 have now gone onsale. A limited number of Reading Weekend Tickets have also been released for sale ahead of the official launch date.
As we predicted, Coldplay have now confirmed that they will be headlining this year's T In The Park Festival in Perthshire, Scotland. They will close the festival in its' tenth anniversary year on Sunday July 13.
Prince at Glastonbury? The Chili Peppers at V2003? Linkin Park and Jay-Z for Reading and Leeds? Travis for T in the Park? Yep, the rumour mill is in overdrive this year, but if speculation proves correct (and we usually are!) then the outlook rocks!
As well as headlining Glastonbury, Virgin Trains Move and T In The Park, R.E.M. are set to play a host of dates across the continent to support their forthcoming new album and greatest hits compilation.